E could only mean one thing!


I have been teaching my 4 year old the alphabet before he starts school in September.

So really Easter couldn’t be better timed!


Well this I found on Pinterest and thought it was just perfect.

Simply cut out an E shape and an egg. Cut the egg in half as if a chick has hatched from it. Colour the E, add some feathers, a beak and googley eye and stick it together – simple.

The original can be found here and I pinned it here

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What a great way to remember the Eggs than an Easter Egg hunt.

We bought a couple of bags of chocolate eggs quiet cheaply from Asda and then bought a pack of the small Kinder bunnies for them (tomorrow we are doing another hunt with friends which will involve a big egg and big bunny each). We decided to let them collect up as many as possible, put them in the bowl and then distribute them equally. I was very impressed that even the youngest did this without trying to eat them as soon as they were found.


Finally I cut out some Egg shapes out of different coloured paper and just let the children loose with a gluestick :O)

The Mario was a sticking activity that they did with their daddy from their Easter Egg boxes.